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Create RSS feed from a SharePoint List to push to a public non-SharePoint page?

Posted on 2011-03-22
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Here's the scenario:

On the Intranet SharePoint site, we use the Publishing site to create Article Pages. Several articles per day, as news is updated.

We would like the Title and By-line of these articles to appear on our public, non-SharePoint site as a feed (running on HTML, CSS, PHP).

What is the easiest way to create a feed from SharePoint to non-SharePoint? And can this be automated? Or will I have to update the XML of the RSS page manually?
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Question by:sandshakimi
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by:Jamie McAllister MVP
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As I understand the licensing of SharePoint, it would be a breach of terms to surface SharePoint information on a public Internet page without an Internet licence.

Best to check with your Microsoft rep before pushing forward with any such solution.

Sorry if this answer is somewhat unexpected.
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by:sandshakimi
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We do have an Internet licence.

(From the same farm, we maintain public-facing sites.)

CORRECTION: this Publishing Site I'm referring to is a public-facing site, not Intranet.
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Jamie McAllister MVP earned 250 total points
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If the client page is going to be non-SharePoint you're either looking at pulling the information out using SharePoint List Web Services, or if you're using SP 2010 you could use the ECMAScript Client Object Model to get the data.

http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/60348/SharePoint-2010-Client-Object-Model-for-JavaScript.aspx

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by:sandshakimi
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As we're getting ready to migrate over to 2010, this could be useful.
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